CCL Blog – Climate Change and Cherries: It’s the Pits

In the U.S., most sweet cherries come from Washington, Michigan, California, Oregon, and Wisconsin. Among many other crops, Washington and Michigan growers are concerned about the impact to…
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Traverse City Record-Eagle Forum: Michigan Must Set Clear Targets for Renewable Energy

The climate agreement reached last month by leaders of 195 nations presents Michigan’s policymakers with a stark choice: Become a clean energy leader or get left behind in…
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Global Climate Agreement Reached, MI Groups Urge State Leaders to Act

  Global Agreement Will Speed Transition to Clean Energy Groups Call on Michigan Leaders to Act For Immediate Release: December 12, 2015 Media Contacts: Kate Madigan 231-633-5353 or David Holtz…
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WDET Issues of the Environment: All Renewable Energy by 2050

Michigan Climate Action Network, in conjunction with 350.org will host a Climate March in Ann Arbor on Saturday, December 12th. The Paris Climate Conference is winding down. What…
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Major Climate Change Initiative Launched

Leading Citizens Groups Kick Off Major Climate Change Initiative in Michigan Organizing Drive Launches With Saturday’s March for Justice DETROIT, MI — Michigan’s first statewide coalition of citizens…
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